LG Electronics has decided to expand its production capacity at its production site in Gumi, South Korea. The reason has been stated as the strong global demand for its Cello-technology integrated modules.
The Chinese solar module manufacturer has teamed with the San Francisco-based EPC to develop, build and operate a portfolio of 300 MW of solar projects in the U.S., first 150 MW outlined for next year.
Apricum's latest report based on its global market PV model shows continual growth in cumulative installations. Brazil looks set to possibly become the new PV darling.
The 1 GW solar panel factory, which will manufacture Silevo's high-efficiency modules, nears completion just 11 months after the project broke ground.
Solar advocate Jonah Greenberger's brainchild "Bright" has managed to raise $4 million in funding. Bright's aim is to install solar panels on Mexican roofs under a subscription program, where homeowners get panels for free but...
U.S. module level power company ships record 195 MW in second quarter, revenue up 25% year-over-year, reaching $102.1 million.
In its latest "Silicon solar cell and module roadmap" report, Lux Research says that emerging technologies like PERC and bifacial cells will aid in pushing down module costs in 2020.
PG&E (Pacific Gas and Electric Company) has submitted a proposal to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) proposing new rules allowing for a smart energy reform.
Wacker Chemie has released its earnings for Q2 2015 reporting both a YoY and QoQ sales growth from April through June 2015. Contracts were however terminated with customers from the solar sector.
Renewable Energy Corporation (REC) released its second quarter results for 2015, highlighting a 12% increase in module revenues and an increased solar footprint in the APAC region.
Another low bid of INR5.17 (US$0.08) per kWh has been quoted by SkyPower in the Telangana solar tender. The financial bids for some 2,000MW opened yesterday in the southern Indian state.
Singulus Technologies has reported an improvement in earning before EBIT for the first half of 2015. The company's financial goals being met will rely on volume sales and this will become clear in the weeks to come.
Bulk of the loan ($62 million) will be used to support the Chinese solar company's long-term fixed assets, with a further $8 million (RMB50 million) loan to be used for working capital at its Malaysia factory.
The latest Deutsche Bank "Solar sector update" states the U.S. continues to drive global solar demand and the residential market retains its draw for investment.
Tougher rules on carbon emissions part of President's new Energy Plan, which will include greater incentives for the deployment of renewable energy technologies.
Clinton trumps rivals, SolarCity and PERC are on the up and China is installing more solar than you can shake a stick at, but our dirty smalls could bring an end to life on earth as we know it.
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